Lyle Dove

Lyle Dove

Board Position(s): Technology
Term End: 06/01/2021
Board Member: Yes

About Me

Collegiate Official - 8 Years
2013-2017 - California JC Postseason Official.
2013-2017 - JC Regionals(2016-2017 Crew Chief)
2016 - JC Super Regionals(Crew Chief)
2016 - JC CA State Championships Official
2014-19 - NAIA (2017 NAIA conference playoffs)
2015-2019 GSAC(DIII), CCAA(DII), PACWEST(DII)
2019 - SCIAC DIII conference Tournament (Finals PU)
2018-2019 WCC

HS Official 10 Years
2017-2019 - OCSOA - Board Member / Website Admin (www.ocsoa.info)
Post Season official 9 of 10 years
2016-2018 - Site Observer for 2nd Rd & Qtr Finals crews for Finals selections.
2015 - Division 1 Southern Section Finals (3B)
2019 - Division 1 Southern Section Finals (PU)

PGF Official 9 Years
Officiated levels from 12u-18u Premier 2013-2019
2019 - All American Game 1B / 14u Premier 2B Finals
2017 - 16u Premier Finals
2013 - 12u Finals
2014-2019 - Exclusive 14u/16u/18u Premier divisions

USA Softball(ASA) Official 15 Years - Registered/Certified
Officiated Various Regional/State level tournaments 10u-18u Gold

LA Coastline Umpires Association / Board Member / Website Admin (www.lacoastlineumpires.org)
Liaison Coordinator for local North OC Rec-ball leagues.
Observer & served as an instructor for recent Base Mechanics clinics we held in 2015.
2016-2019 - All-Star coaches meeting Pitching session lead for Rec-ball All-Star coaches before season start.

Our Mission

OCSOA is committed to providing 1st class officials for the CIF Southern Section High Schools softball programs.  Year after year, OCSOA has proven to be one of the best HS officiating organizations in the country.

About Us

Since 1977, the primary purpose of the OCSOA has been to provide an educational and instructional program that will make it possible to officiate California interscholastic federation (CIF) softball games with efficiency & competency.

Join Us!

There are no specific requirements for joining OCSOA other than an appreciation of the game of Softball, a desire to learn the officiating profession and an interest in learning and progressing. Prior experience as an umpire, while helpful, is not required. Want to learn more?

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